Opened in the fall of 1971, the James A. McLane Physical Education Center is home to the AU men's and women's basketball teams, the men's and women's swimming and diving teams and the women's volleyball team.
Statistics and History
- Constructed: 1971
- In Honor of: James Adelbert McLane
- In this building: Division of Athletics
About this Facility
McLane Center, named in honor of former Alfred University athletic director James A. McLane, is the hub of intramural activity on campus. The modern fitness center located on the ground floor is a focal point for students, faculty and staff. Offices for the Department of Athletics and the Division of Athletic Training are also located in the McLane Center.
McLane Natatorium, a 75-foot six lane swimming pool with diving area and one-meter and three-meter boards. Used by the varsity men's and women's swimming and diving teams.
Two regulation-size basketball courts, which are also used for volleyball and several other indoor intramural activities.
Two courts for handball, racquetball and squash.
Gibbs Fitness Center, a 4000 square foot facility, provides a diverse selection of exercise equipment to develop and improve:
- Cardiovascular fitness
- Muscle endurance
- Body composition